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September 19, 2019

By day, they’re David Megarrity and Samuel Vincent: academics, musicians and creative devisers. By night, or the nights of this week at least, they’re Tyrone and Lesley — the former a large-toothed, fez-wearing, ukulele-playing Master of Ceremonies; and the latter his...

August 25, 2019

 

Spencer, a new Australian play by Katy Warner, opened its two-show run at QUT’s Gardens Theatre on Friday night as part of a three-month national tour, produced by new writing theatre company Lab Kelpie. This contemporary Australian dramedy follows the reunion of AFL...

July 1, 2019

A robust audience greeted L’amante Anglaise on Friday night for the opening of its brief season at QUT Gardens Theatre. The play, written by Marguerite Duras and translated from the French by Barbara Bray, is concerned with the murder and dismemberment of a French woma...

May 30, 2019

Ask a non-theatregoer to name a Shakespeare play – or even just a play – and there’s a good chance they’ll say Romeo and Juliet. As one of the most famous offerings in the history of western drama, it’s difficult to find a new spin on this old tale of doomed lovers. Bu...

February 21, 2019

Following its Brisbane debut in 2017 and subsequent sell-out season at Belvoir Theatre in 2018, Michelle Law’s Single Asian Female returned to La Boite’s Roundhouse Theatre last night, playing to a packed house and riotous applause. Deftly walking the line between come...

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